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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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What to Do if You Got in a Car Accident with a Tourist in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Miami is a densely populated city and a popular tourist destination. Tourists arrive in Miami from all around the world. Thanks to Florida’s warm weather year-round, the state’s beaches are almost always packed with residents and tourists alike. Besides beaches, tourists also visit a plethora of other places in Miami and all across Florida…. Read More »

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Can You Be Found Negligent for Not Wearing a Helmet While Riding a Bicycle or Motorcycle in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If you were the victim of a bicycle collision or motorcycle accident in Miami or elsewhere in Florida, the fact that you were not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash could potentially affect your personal injury claim. Since Florida is a comparative negligence state, a motorcyclist or bicyclist who did not… Read More »

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Is It Illegal to Wear Headphones While Riding a Bicycle in Miami and Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

It is not uncommon to see bicyclists wearing headphones on the streets and sidewalks of Miami. While many cyclists enjoy listening to music while riding a bicycle, doing so is not legal in the state of Florida. Riding a Bicycle with Your Headphones On is Dangerous The dangers of riding a bike while listening… Read More »

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Is ‘Autopilot’ a Defense to Avoid Drunk Driving Charges in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

As an increasing number of motorists begin to rely on the “Autopilot” system, which can steer the vehicle, change lanes, and adjust speed, among other features, can the use of Autopilot be used as a defense to drunk driving in Florida? In a recent drunk driving accident in Arizona, an impaired car driver confirmed… Read More »

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How to Recover Damages for Injuries a Hit-and-Run Crash in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Leaving the scene of an auto accident is arguably the most reckless and irresponsible thing a driver can do following a car crash. Under Florida law, all motorists are required to stop after a collision and stay at the scene until the police and first responders arrive. Unfortunately, hit-and-run crashes are not an uncommon… Read More »

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3 Most Common Causes of Airplane Accidents in Florida

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Although plane crashes are rare, they tend to result in devastating consequences. Often, aviation accidents lead to severe injuries and deaths. Regardless of whether an aviation accident involved a helicopter or airplane, personal or commercial aircraft, the flight’s passengers and crew members are likely to become injured or die. As reported by WPLG Local… Read More »

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How Much Do Auto Insurance Premiums Increase After Car Accidents in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Each year, Florida sees over 402,000 auto accidents or nearly 1,100 crashes per day. The majority of these accidents involve property damage and/or bodily injury, which may result in thousands or millions of dollars in payouts from auto insurance companies. In view of this, many Floridians who are involved in car crashes are wondering,… Read More »

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Does Florida Have a ‘Dram Shop Law’ to Sue a Bar for a Drunk Driving Crash?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Can a bar, restaurant, nightclub, or any other alcohol-serving establishment be sued for a drunk driving accident if it served alcohol to an intoxicated person who later got behind the wheel while impaired and caused a car crash? Yes, under Florida’s dram shop law, an establishment or vendor can be held partially liable for… Read More »

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Self-Driving Cars May Prevent Only a Third of All Car Accidents, a New Study Says

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Self-driving vehicles may not be able to prevent most car accidents. A recent study found that autonomous vehicles may not be capable of preventing crashes that involve some of the common driver errors. The study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) showed that autonomous cars could only eliminate about a third… Read More »

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Can You Seek Compensation for Your Gym-Related Injury in Miami, Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

The fitness industry has been booming in recent years. In Florida, nearly every adult from 20 to 40 years old has a gym membership to keep their beach body in perfect shape. While the importance of gyms in every Florida gymgoer’s life cannot be overstated, accidents and injuries can happen during your weight or… Read More »

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